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The star recalls how he fought for his role in Chris Noonan's film, which earned seven Oscar noms and spawned a sequel.
08/08/2020 by Seth Abramovitch
The 'Big Bang Theory' star rolls out her young production shingle with a series about an alcoholic stewardess who blacks out in Bangkok before waking up next to a dead body and post-sitcom expectations: "You're easily forgotten."
11/10/2020 by Mikey O'Connell
A tabloid wins a landmark decision after a U.K. judge concludes ex-wife Amber Heard's tale of being physically assaulted was "substantially true."
11/02/2020 by Eriq Gardner
The late game show host passed away Sunday morning after a battle with pancreatic cancer.
11/08/2020 by Lexy Perez
The actor jokes her Netflix show is trying to break its record for how many times "John B." is mentioned: "We’re going to do our best. It’s all for TikTok."
11/19/2020 by Brian Davids
Broadway Star Danny Burstein on His Struggles After COVID-19: "I'm Not Really Sure How I'm Doing" (Guest Column)
The six-time Tony Award nominee and 'Moulin Rouge! The Musical' star reflects on his life following six days in the hospital, including caring for his wife, fellow stage performer Rebecca Luker, in her battle with ALS.
08/10/2020 by Danny Burstein
Lindsay, the ABC franchise's first Black lead, explores the challenges facing current star Tayshia Adams and highlights the racial issues she wants the show to address: "I don't care if it makes America uncomfortable."
11/18/2020 by Rachel Lindsay, as told to Kirsten Chuba
Co-creator Peter Gould shares his excitement about Vince Gilligan returning to the writers room and the disappointment at stars Bob Odenkirk and Rhea Seehorn missing out on noms.
08/18/2020 by Daniel Fienberg
"We Are the Pillar of Something New": Steve McQueen, John Boyega and Letitia Wright on the Emotional Journey to Spotlight Black British Life in 'Small Axe'
The director and actors discuss their film anthology about London's West Indian community and embracing their power amid Hollywood's racial reckoning: "I don't care about trying to mesh in with the system in order to secretly work it."
11/02/2020 by Rebecca Keegan
'Normal People' Star Paul Mescal on Wearing a Sports Jacket for the Emmys: "I'd Be Lying If I Said I Hadn't Considered It"
The Irish breakout has capped off a truly transformative 2020 with an Emmy nomination, but says any recognition will be shared with his co-star Daisy Edgar-Jones.
08/28/2020 by Alex Ritman
In a wide-ranging conversation, the actor recalls bonding with friend Tom Hanks after both recovered from COVID-19 and reveals he was planning on appearing in M. Night Shyamalan's next movie before the industry shut down.
08/28/2020 by Brian Davids
The double nominee, for his work on 'Better Call Saul' and 'The Mandalorian,' explains his method for playing villains, and how entertainment can offer both a "safe place" and inspiration during challenging times.
08/19/2020 by Ashley Cullins
The Maureen Johnson book will tie in with next year's Disney movie that stars Emma Stone as the '101 Dalmatians' villain.
11/13/2020 by Graeme McMillan
Speaking from the 'Jurassic World' set, the actor details the intense COVID-19 precautions in place: "I don’t know how they could make it safer."
08/31/2020 by Brian Davids
Ahead of Sara Zandieh's feature directorial debut, the Iranian-American director explains how 'A Simple Wedding' celebrates multiculturalism and feminism while also breaking down stereotypes.
02/13/2020 by Sharareh Drury